Woodpecker macros

Woodpecker macros offer a simple way to utilize a field’s value across other fields. For example if you had a “Client name” field, you can simply enter “{Client name}” within another field and Woodpecker will dynamically insert the value of “Client name” into the new field where it is referenced. Macros are particularly helpful when used alongside “conditional fields” to reference other values that have already been specified.

 
 


Using macros

Macros can be utilized within any field and can reference any other field. Simply specify the name of another field in brackets (“{Field name}”) and Woodpecker will dynamically insert the value of the referenced field as soon as you click the “Populate” button.

Here’s an example:

Field #1: Client name = “John smith”

Field #2: Client address = “{Client name} lives at 123 Main St.

After inserting “Field #2” into the document and clicking “Populate”, the value for “Field #2” becomes: “John smith lives at 123 Main St.”